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SUN RISK STANZAS; Addruttd to a Young Lady, BT B. f. ROMAINE. I. Fair e'en as thou is yonder light Which streaks the morning's coming dawn. And casts its mild and shadowy tay Upon the hill-side and the lawn, As if to ask the reason, why It should not meet your youthful eye. iL See those proud oaks upon the hills? The monarchs of the woody land? The cedar, maple, and the bay? The younger members of the band, Seem all a mass of burnished gold Set in the mountain's ample fold. nr. Who would recline on beds of ca?o, And sleep away mom's precious hour, Instead of wand'ring forth to see The opening of the day-light flower, And greet a scene so bright a? this, And woo the sun, to steal a kiss? Poughkecptie. April. 1842. The Whig Interna] Improvement Polier, ?oertu* LOCO-FOCOISM. REMARKS OF MR. FUR MAN On the Resolution, relative to the Importance of an Immediate Prosecution of the Works of Internal Improvement in this State. [Reported for The ATbtray Evening Journal.! ? [Concluded.] I have adverted alone to the ancient Babylon, because it showed at once tbe immense benefits resulting from the construction of such works, and . the serious evils, nay destruction itself, that fol? lowed.their neglect and ruin. But, sir, tho same., policy marked tho progress of all tho other en? lightened nations of the olden time, in the con? struction of canals arid roads, in Egypt, Greece and Rome; und the mountain ridges in many parts of Greece now exhibit to us in mountain passes, where a horse or mule can at this day with " difficulty find a track, regularly constructed " Tram roads," as they are termed by engineers, a supposed modern invention, to overcome the difficulties of steep ascents and descents with .heavy loads. And the same syst- in has been pur? sued to this moment by the more important na? tions of Europe?proving to us that upon what? ever othwr points people may have differed in opinion, all the enlightened nations of all ages of the world have agreed upon the importance and necessity of fostering and encouraging a system of internal improvements. That system?that glorious system?has [been introduced into our country; and although at first it was considered a " wild and foolish project," to construcL the Erie Csnal, and the proposition for its survey in 1808 only acceded to on the grou:id that *'it could do no harm, and might do some good," it became adopted bore, and resulted in the construction of tho Erie und Cliamphtin ca? nals, which have built up and enriched oor Stare. That any harm resulted from the adoption of that system cannot, I believe, be contended for by nny, even of its most rigid opponents; awd to por? tray tho good that was the effect of its prosecu? tion is beyond the power of the most vivid imagi? nation. In the summer of 1311, when Gov. De Witt Clinton made a tour through this Stale, on the present route of the Erie Canal, the country was generally a wilderness, and there was not a sin? gle house where the city of Rochester now stands. And in the autumn of 18*20, tho year in which the middle, and first constructed section of that cannl was opened for navigation, the Cuoal pierced a wild and desolate region nt Romo only to emerge from it at Salina. It was covered with a deep forest, and for a large portion of the distance the advancing settlers had avoided that country as unfit for cultivation. But the opening of the Ca? nal not only afforded a memw of transportation between distant points, but also drained the marshes and swamps, and caused the forests to be clenred, and now it* banks, instead of the gloomy shades which formerly covered that extensiv*: le? gion for miles upon miles, refresh tho sight with the prospect of thriving cities and villages, and u well settled land smiling under the hand of the industrious husbandman; and it has made that whole western country the pride and glory of out State. It is not the West alone, Mr. President, that has been benefiltod and enriched by that great work, and by tho prosecution of that system. To it the city of New-York owes millions of her great wealth; aud is in fact more indebted for her growth and importance among the cities af the Union, to the prosecution of our Internal Improve? ments than to all the foreign commerce she ever enjoyed. And if her eyes could be opened to her own interests, her citizens would bo clamorous ut tbe doors of your legislative halls for the comple? tion of your public works. So much do i?e owe to the Interuul Improve? ment system. Whiit may be derived from the continuation of that, system, remains for the fu? ture to developo. But this I will say?no man, however sanguine may be his anticipations, can predict any thing but what will full far short of ihe reality fifteen or twenty years hence. How shall wo curry on those Internal improve? ments ? We are told by our opponents that it is useless to talk about prosecuting our public works, that we cannot raiso a dollar of money?and that the State is now almost hopelessly in debt. Sir, I wish the people of this Stato to understand one tiling, and that i9, thnt while the Whigs were in power there was no difficulty in raising money.? And had they continued at the holm of Govern? ment, the public works would have been prosecu? ted until this moment, and the laborers upon those works would have been paid. And yet when our opponents came into our seats, they weto scarcely warm there before they told u* fhat they could not obtain tho necessary funds and that the work must atop. Twaive millions had been contracted for the enlargement of the Erie Canal before the Whigs came into power. Ten millions of that amount hus been paid Of that ton millions, the Whigs paid eight millions five hundred thousand dollars. On* million was paid by our opponents before we camo into effice, and we left them but half a miihon to provid?? for, when they agaiu suc? ceeded us. And yet their Tery first act was to declaro their utter inability to pay even that small amount. Sir, if British ministers had come into the Eng? lish House of Commons and informed thorn that | they could not carry on the Government, they would havo been instantly told to give up their aeats and let others come in who could do it. If you displaced those who could carry on the Gov? ernment successfully, and yoa cannot carry out the policy so necessary* for the well-being of the State, retire, and again let the Whigs come back and take the helm of power. Such would have been the answer in any Government except this. Sir, I declare boldly that there has never been a rnoraent sinco our opponents came into power, that all the money requisite for the prosecution of our works could not bo obtained for seven per cent.? But, sir, how can tbey even hope to get it ? They, who are continually talking about the necessity of repudiation, acd not paying the State debts?will capitalists lend their money to them? No, sir? if the rate of interest was but six or eveu five per cent, they could not borrow even a single million of dollars. J. Horsley Palmer, the late Governor of the Bank of England, after having taken a recent tour through this State, expressed his surprise that any ? one should talk of the debt of New-York. It was j nothing in comparison with her immense resour- i cos. He said that we had only to say to the capi- j talists of Europe that we would pay the debt for? ty, fifty, or sixty year$ hence, and tho money could ; Le obtained at this very time to prosecute all our I works to completion. This was the opinion of an j eminent financier, to whom we are referred almost j everv ?*ay by Senator.? opposed to us on this floor. And this i* not only hi* opinion, but that of every other intelligent man who travels through our countrv. And it is a matter of surprise to all of them that any thinking man can be found to ra-ise a great outcry about a debt of $20.000,000.? Why, ?ir. a debt of $50.000.000 is not as mucli to ibis State now as our debt of $7,000,000 was when the Erie Canal was originally constructed. We were less able to pay $7,000,000 when the first shovel was struck in the construction of that Ca? nal than we are now to pay $50,060,000. I say ?.o oo the assertion of eminent financiers, and from my own knowledge of the increased wealth of this State from her Internal Improvements. This State is abundantly ablelo complete all h?t public works note. She need not wait ten year*. E?i?y : year?every month of delay adds greatly to the ul? timate cost of their completion. Do the majority of this Legislature expect that all the contractors on our public works will stop ?discharge their men and let their machinery and materials, already piepared and furnished, go to ruin, and not pay them for the loss they have in? curred through their acts ? Mr. Presideht, they will soon find that it will cost mow to ruin the In? ternal Improvement policy of this State, than it would to carry it out. If Senators on the other side, are indeed the friends of the system of Internal Improvements, and I have mistaken their course and their policy, I can only say that I shell be gratified, highly grat? ified iu being thus misuken?and I trust they will convince me of my error by their acts. Let them come up to the work, and stand shoulder to shoul? der with us. Let them declare boldiy to the world that wheteyer other States may do or say, New York will always pay her debts. Repeal your law suspending the prosecution of the Public Works?issue 0 or 7 per cent stock?send tin figent to Europe who will inform capital:.--, tu there of the true condition of New-York?of her vast resources?and you will find money in plenty to carry on your public works to completion, .'icyond a peradventure. Capitalists in England now loan their money at four per cent.?in Holland at three p^r cer-t.?and ?think that a fair interest, for their investments.? How can it be, then, that the great State of New York cannot get a loan at six or seven per cent. ? There can be no other reason than that they want confidence in those who ask for the loan. Give 'hem that confidence, then. Show them the entire ability of New-York to meet her engagements, and that she is not only able, but that she will pay her Jebts whatever may come, and they will press their money upon you?they will urge us to take loans from them. Then may you carry on your Public Works?then may you continue your sys? tem of Internal Improvement, which lias conferred ?o great, benefits upon tho people of this State I expect, Mr. President, to have the principles I have assumed contested. I expected to hear the Whig policy of progress in our Improvement Sys? tem denounced us erroneous and wild. In rela? tion to that I have only to remark that there is not a single source of human happiness ugain-t which there have not been uttered the rn*?t sorrowful predictions. Turnpike roads and Canals were tach in their time to be the ruin of the !at-J. All recollect, or havo r?>:ul of the misery that was pro? phesied wouid be brought upon this State by the iriginul construction of the Erie. Canal, und all see its fulfilment, in the desert laughing joyously un (er the betiding Harvest. And now at this day out ?ars are dinned with the cry of intolerable taxa ion and deplorable misery to arise from the cause jf our Internal Improvements; an apprehension more wild and visionary than any ever formed by :he most sanguine friend of our Improvement sys em. Our Railroads and Canals, which add to he wealth of the community, and build up our ?hies and towns, are to be the causes of our great 'istross. But so it has always been from the most listaut periods. Inoculation, that means through Providence of ridding our land of one of the most oil plagues thai ever tormented mankind, was de louuced as a work of the great enemy of the hit nun.race', The use of hops was also declared to te poisonous?and in truth there has never been toy thing that boon.ru?? of gooornl good] to the voild. that was not railed against in the most bit? er terms, en its introduction and progress to :omplctio'n. As was well remarked by Sydney Smith?there ire always a set of worthy and moderately gifted nen, who.bawl out death and ruin upon every val table change which the varying aspect, of human tfiairs absolutely and imperiously requires. And it would be extremwly useful to make a collection if the hatred und abase that all those changi - have- experienced, which are now admitted to be marked improvements in our condition. We have one consolation, Mr. President^ and thnt is, if our opponents, in carrying out the principles of then party, stili refuse to progress with the Public Works, and persist in allowing them to go to ruin, md the peopl? lose the benefit which they might reasonably expect to derive from the millions al? ready expended, the time will be but short before the patience and long suffering of that people will he-taxed to its utmost, and they will arise in their might, and by displacing our opponents, remove the only obstacles in the way of a vigorous pros? ecution of their great system of Public Improve? ments. And let me say, Mr. Presideat, that it is timo, full time, that tbo people were looking at our sit? uation, unless they intend to allow themselves to be deprived of the advantages to result from the great expenditures already made. I do not us? too strong language when I say, we shail be ruined if we remain much longer in the condition of su pineness und inactivity we are at present. Great Britain is pushing on her public works in the Canadas regardless of expense, and designs, if possible, to wrest from us, a large portion of the Western trade, which we have heretofore consid? ered otir due, aud of the tolls to which we must to a great extent look for a remuneration of our ex tendod outlays; and if that trade once becomes di? verted from us, as it assuredly will be if our works remain unfinished and imperfect, we shall find great difficulty in regaining it. Our only course is to finish at onco our enlarged canal, and by that means (as ull know who understand any thing about the course of trade) induce transportation on it, and thus increase thje annual receipts on our public works and enable us to discharge our debts aad construct other works in other parts of the State. For us to pursue thu policy indicated by our opponents is suicidal in thu extreme?to wait, as they tell us, until the increase of oar tolls front the works in their present state enable us to com? plete them, is an utter absurdity ; for the impedi? ments thrown in the way of iraffic by the unfinished state of our canal and the frequent breaches that will occur in the old part of it, will prevent that incomt? from ever iiicie>asiug. Wo shull on the contrary become worse off every year that we con? tinue in our present state. If the policy that our opponents now recommend with so much perse? verance had been adopted in this State in 1820, when the first section of the Erie Canal was fin? ished and navigated, the original canal would not have been constructed to this day, and this State would now have been is debt hear fifteen millions of dollars without any revenue to meet its liquida? tion. For our general fund, of which so much has been said, even if the same had been put out at interest and nothing deducted but the annual ex? penses of the government of tho State, and not a penny for internal improvements, wouid have been entirely consumed by the year 1824?and our State would after that be even- year getting more and more in debt without having a single canal or raihoad. Let us go to work at once and vigorously en? gage in the construction and completion of our public works. The credit of our Stute if properly managed is fully adequate to every emergency, and will carry us out triumphantly in all our un? dertakings. 4^4.50.?COAL?COAL.?The Subseri ?W btr is dischairuie at the foot of Rivirgton-st. bis cele? brated Peach Orchard aud Be?mont Kfd Ash Coal, at the above low price. Large N?t $4.5?, Stove $5.00; Broken and Kgg $5.50. Orders received at the yard, co-aero! ;.iv ingtou & Essex-sts. PETKR K. A I* RAN O. *81w w HAT IS LIFE -Without rfealth?? Phllade! pl.ia, December, 13S7.?To Dt, fayrte?Desr Sir: The astonishing and almost miracuV-us <r>ri? yonrex pectorant had on my neighbor, lb* Rev. Mr. Eusnng, whose ease yon w ill recollect, was given over by 8s physicians, and who himself bad lost ad hope of ever" bsrig permitted to preach again, hot who, from the use of vrar medicine, Ls ?c far restored as not only to be able to wak out, bat also to preach, made so wonderful an impressiot on my mind, that aller consulting with ?erera! frieia.? ani 'earning that yon w*re a regular Practitioner of Medicine and diatyonr remedy was not one of those quackish can pounds with which the public are sa freqently duped~for vor mart know that I am a mortal enemy to qaaeks-I calle-. upon you and purchased half a dozen bottles, and told you -hat, if I lived to take them, you should have a gwd report from me. I am alive and well this day.' thanks be to* merci'il God and your Expectorant; and now I come forvard ah 'ally to fulf] 1 my promise. For twenty long years had Lbeeo a constant ra?e t from the effects or a naM. dry cough, pv.n in my breast, ad di fjculty of breathing : the last five of wbich,cbilUan< fever , every 'spring aud fall, were added to my misery. 1 anta' worn away to a mere skeletonr with the greatest ditfivn Ity only could I get up and down stairs; my appetite ^GTgVue; and my strength had so far failed me that my friends w?re persuaded I could not survive many weeks, unless I \h tain relief. Indeed, sir, my situation was so misenibUvo myself and so distressing to my family, that I felt willingo die whenever it should please the Master to take me liomt But I heard of yoar medicine, and. relief came. Yes, : proved the ' Balm of Gilead ' to rhy poor, afflicted body.? Before I had taked one bottle I experienced ?. mitigation of all my symptoms, and, to my great Joy, 1 tound in the con? tinued use of it the happiest relief. In short, sir, it has mniie ;; perfect cur* of me, and I can truly say I have no dt-jre to be better. Now, I consider it is a duty I owe you, and, through you, tue public, to make my case' known, believing that it willl be tue means of directing hundreds who are affiicted as H have been to the use of a remedy, which, underthe blessin? f of God, I consider to Lave preserved my life. You are at liberty, fir, to make use of this letter to yet: advantage, aad make my case as extensively known a*yic please. II there be ary' who doubt the truth of the abor account, (lor I have heard that many persons wl*o ha?e cures to sell forge certificates and publish tliem.'i reh rthem tome. I shall be happy to see them. *nd I will not/?1'? confirm the above statements, hut will give them partru lars which it would be unnecessary to furnish tor the j>otdic press. With everlTi-ung gratitnde, 1 am, ria*r sir, Four obliged friend, .MARY GTLL. No. 165 Queen-street, below- Fonnh. For tale, wholesale and retail, by A. B. & D. SAJCDS. druggists, No. 79 Fulton-street, N. B: corner of GoM. aid 100 Fulton, corner of William-street; ?t retail by pavid Sauds ii Co., No. 77 En? Broodwuy, corner of Market-st.; Abra? ham B. Sands 4c Co., 273 Broadway, Granite Buildings, comer of Chamhars-st. Price $1._an 16 im Tpft?RR'S LIFE PILLS--ft*bimp*?sf-| JL ble to calculate the many benefits ta the human race which must result from the discovery of Old Purr'- re. cipe. The fne herbal medicine which is comprnn<ied from its direction has. in thousan Is o! cases, been tried s.i<i: proved to he the most efficient remedy of the day. Nor is :t confined in its usefulness to the diseases of the poor, for it is sought by, and found in the medicine chests ofthe more wealthy classes of Great Britain a. d various part* uf the continent of Europe. As a family medicine it is unequalled, and is all powerful in removingbilioui and other'complaints rinsing from the derangement o! the alimentary ducts, am: in purifying the blood. It is certain in the cure of the mnre delicate com p!n:nt> incident to females, grateful in the taste, aromatic to >he smell, and at the same time so gentle in its operation, yet so efficacious, that ho female ought to be without sa great a boon, left them bv its venerable discoverer, Old Parr. It ha- heen but a short time before the public, yet the proprietors have received numerous applications for the Pills from various pans of the United Staes, and have had gratifying testimonials of their good effects in removing diseases prevalent at this season of the \ .-?r. To all, therefore, who are afflicted and n bad health, we would say go to any of the undermrntinted agents, where ?he Genuine Parr's Life Pills may Wo had. viz: Rushlo* it Aspinwnll, druggists and chemists, 86 William sfeet. 110 Broadway and 10 Astor House Abraham Sandsfc Co.,drogglstsami chemists,granite build ings, 273 Broadway, corner of Chamber street. P !*:ck:e, 413 Broadway, corner of bntpanard mmt John B.-Dodd, druggist, Broadway; corner of Bleecker-st. \. W. Badean, Bowery Medicine Store, .fid Bowery. ?Synie.' Medicine Store. GS Bbwerv, corner of Walker-st. \. B. Tripler,corner Fulton and Water-streets. Horace Everett, druggist, S67 Greenwich-street, next to the comer of Franklin, f. Ai J. Coddington, apothecaries, 127 Hudson-Street, corner of siprijig-streeu E. L. CoiLon, chemist and apothecary, 2G3 Bleecker-street, corner oi Jones-street, f. Wendover, druggist and apothecary, 111 Eighth Avenue, Brooklyn?Wm. Armstrong, seed, drug and patent medicine warehouse, lS4t Fulton-street. And wbole.siile at the proprietor's office T. ROBERTS &. CO., sS Im Clarendon House, cor. Duane-si. and Broadway mAKE NOTICE, that a general meet JL ing of the Creditors of Win, Fawcetti.s hereby called, to be holden at the office of Philip Speyer, No. so \V?ll-st, iithe City of New-York, on the seventeenth dayofSep sjnber next, al 12 o'clock at noon of that day. GEORGE PEARCE, HENRY DI.X'ON, PHILIP SPEYER, Trustees of ihe Estate of Wm. Fawcett. Dated July 13, 1342._iL5iaw^!IL /KORPORATION N?TIG E.?Public v,-" Notice is hereby given, that a sale of Property for un? paid Taxes, will take place a; Pu!ffi'r Auction, at the City !!->:' ofthe City uf New-York, on Wednesday, the 2fttli day if September next, at 12 o'clock, noon, and be continued rom day to day until the whole of said property shall be -?hl, :ind thnl tbe detailed utatomiml jit'lli.- Ti??:, ?oJ prnp. rty to be sold, i< published in the New Era. a newspaper printed and published in the city of New-York. ALFRED A. SMITH, Comptroller. Comptroller's Office. May 10, 1312._jets lawMw U BUG A DM INfSTRATOR'S "O F FICE, No. 56 John-street.?In pnrsu.mee of an Order if the Surrogate of the County of Nevy-York, Notice is hereby given to all personshaving claims against Christo ?her Light, late ofthe City ol New-York, grocer, deceased, intestate, to present the same with the vouchers then of to 'he subscriber at his office, No. 56 Jbhn-sireei, in the City el New-York, on or befare the fourth day of February next, bated New-York. August 3d, IR42. au4 lav*6m E KETCHUM, Public Administrator. UBLIC ADMINISTRATOR'S Office. No. 56 John-street.?In pursuance of an Order of the arrogate of the County of New-York, Notice is hereby [> iven to all persons having claims again5! John White, .folio Dnbask, William H. Rolpb, or Carl "Schmidtman, deceased, intenuites, to present the same with the vouchers thereof to the subscriber at his office. No. 5(7 John-street, in the '~ity of New-York; on or before the fourth day of February next. Dated New-York. August 3d. 1842 au4 law Gm E. KETCH U.M. Public Adnim:"'rninr. PUBLIC ADMLMSTllATUK'S Ortite, No. 56 John-street-?In pursuance nf an order of the Surrogate of the Count > of New-York, notice t> hereby given to nil persons having elnimsagainst Frederick Rhoda, deceased, intestate, to present the same, with tu? vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at his office, No. 5C John-street, in the City of New-York, on or bvt'ore the fourth day of February next. Dated New-York, August 3d. 1S42. au4 Inw6m K. KE'i CHUM, Public Adminisintor. UBLIC ADMINISTRATOR'S (Jffice, No. 56 John-street.?In pursuancs- of an onl?r ofthe Surrogate of the County o! New-York, notice is berby giv? en to all persons having" claims against Margaret McCabe, Albert Ferdinand, William P. Dobson, or William Burrows, deceased, intestates, to present lie same, with the Touchers thereof, to the subscriber, at his office. No. 56 John-street, in the City of New-York, on or before the fourth day cf Fehruarv next. Dated "New-York, Augnst S.I. 1842. an l InwHm E. KETCIll'M, Puhl:." Administrator. PUB LI C A D M I Nl S T R AT t) R S O ffice, No. 56 John-street.?In jmrsuance of an order of the Surrogate of the County of New-York, notice is hereby given to all pe-sons having c'aim* against John Morre'l. de renspd, intestate, to present the same, with the voucheo ?iereof, to the subscriber, at hi* office, No. 56 John street, in the City ef New-York, on or before the tourth day of February next, Dated New-York, Augo-t 3d. 1842. an4 law6m E KETCHUM. Public Administrator. littL1C ADMINISTRATOR'S Office, No. 56 John street.?In pursuance of an order uf the Surrogate of theCounty of New-Yoi k, notice is hereby given to all persons having ctoitas against Alexander Brown, An ?on Cole, or Marcus Brutus, deceased, intestates, to present the tame, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscrilwr, at bis office, No. 56 John street, in the City of New-York, on or before the fourth day of February next. Dated New-York, August 3d, 1842. aul lawBm E. KETCHUM. Pnblic Administrator. UBLIC ADMINISTRATOR'S Ofice, Na 56 John-stnet?In pursuance of an oider ol the Surrogate of the County of New-York, notice is hereby given to all person- having claims agzin.-t James March, deceased, intestate, to present the same, with the vouchers thereof, to lb* subscrilier. at his elbce, No. 56 John-street, in the City of New -York, on or before the fourth ?ay of F? bruarv next Dated New-York. August 3^1. 1842. au4 lawGm E. KE fCHUM. Public Administrator. TVTOTICE is hereby xiveu, that we, the JL 1 undersigr-ed, have been appointed tru-tees of the es? tate of Samuel Walton, an abscunding or concealed debtor, and all persans indebted ro the said Samuel Walton are re onired on or before the first day of November next,at the of? fice ol" Stephen A. Daggen. in "the Cilv of Scheoectady, to render an account of all debts and sums of money owing by them respectively to the undersigned ano to psiy the same; ami all persons having in their possession any pro perty or efiecLs of the said Samuel Walton, are required to deliver the same to tbe said trnsiees by the day aioresaid; and all the creditors of such debtor are also requiied to pre sent their respective accounts ami demands to the said tras teer or one of tham on or before rhe said first day ot Novem? ber 1st. 1842. GEORGE FISHER,) JOHN STEERS, > Trustees. au29 lawSw _CHAS. FULLER, ) iVroTiCE.?Daniel ifawks on^^aflT ville, Cortrand County, Supreme Court Commission, has issued an atiachmeat against StHlrnan Knight's estate, a non resident debtor, whiah will be sold lor the payment ot his debts unless he appear and discharge such attachmact, according to law. within nine months" from the first publi? cation of this notice. The paymentot aey debts due to him br re-idents ot ibis State: the oelivery lo him or for his use of any prcprty within this Suite b-io'ug.ng to him : the transfer of any such property hv him, di e larbidden by law and are void. |jv2d law9nj] ' E. C. REED. Attorney. EECHES, POISONS & CHJ5MI .^J CALS.?Warranted Poisons for Flies. Musquetoes, C rf-kreaches. Bedbugs. Rsts. Ants and ail sp>cies o; Vermin infesting houses. Also, Fly Paper, Travelers' Comfort. Sea Pr-ieclion. i.e. LEECHES?lr.rwted largest Swedish Leeches. CHE MICA) .? Such as Lunar Caustic. Copaiva, Cap? sules. Acids, 1>>1 wood Extract, ami Dvers's Materials, Spir? its of Hartshorue and Nitre, Ether, Chlorideof Loda. Iodiue, Ate; Daguenreciy;? Chemicals and De. lists* Materials, Pal? ladium Cement, itc For sale by au? Im LEWIS FEUC?TWANGER, 1 Wall-st. rf PURSUANCE of an order of ^Sur? rogate of lb* County of New-York, notice is her'by given.tn ail persons having claims against David Milne, late of the I*laDd ef Santa Cruz, in the West Indies, deceased, U? present the same with the vouchers thereof to the sub? scriber, at his office No. 42 South street, in the city of New York, on or before the sixth day of February next. Dated New York. 1st dav ol August, A. D. 1842. aa3 1awSta _JOSEPH W. ALSO P. IN PURSUANCE of an order of the Sur rogate of the County of New-York, notice is hereby siven toall persons having claims a-ainst Daniel McFar lane. late of the Island of Santa Crux, in the West In< ies, I deceased, to present the same with die vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at bis office No. 42 Sonth street, ia the city ot i New-York, on or before the sixth day of February next Daied New-York, the first day of Anenst. A D. 1842. ac3 lawfim_JOSEPH W. ALSOP. TN PURSUANCE of an order of IheSur [ X rogatc of the Cocr.tv of New-York, Notice is hereby j given to ali persons having claims against w-hiara S. Cham pion. larenfthe City of New-YorkT merchant. rJeesatSML' to Cresent the wnie with .the vouchers thereof to the subscri ecs. at their office, No. JI9 Delancey-stre?-t, in the City of I j New-York, on or before the Sixth dav of February next.? Dated New-York, the 2d day of August. 1242. SARAH A. CHAMPION, Executrix. CHAS. F. CHAMPION, > E torfc I ang5 1aw6m_ JAS.ROSJ^_jjg.xecop.ra. TN PITIS?ANCE of an order of the Sur JL rogate ot the County of New-York, Notice is kereby Vgiven to,all persons having claims against Catharine \nung, ,'late of Niagara. Upper Canada, widow, deceased, to pre? sent the same with the vouchers thereof tn the subscribers at die effice of Nelson Chase, No. 36 John street, in the city of New-York, on or before the twenty-fifth of October next Dated New-York, the 22d day of April, 1342. JOHN FULTON. RICHARD J. STAGG, ?a23 lawCm*_FRANCIS STAGG, N pursuance of an order of the Surrogate of the Coontv of New-York, Notice is hereby given to all persons having claim? agaim-t James Freelan. late of the City of New-York, builder, decewsec. to present the same with the vouchers thereof to the subscriber- at the resideuce of the ?ul*scriber, William S. Slocam, No. SGS Vorjrth-street. in the City of New-York, on or-before the twenty-ei?r|-ih day oi Nuvrmlier next.? Daied New-York, the twenty-sixth ikiv ofMay.A.D. 1342. WM. S. SLOCUM, Executor. niy27 law 6m* REBECCA J. FREE LAN, Executrix. IN PURSUANCE; of an order of the Sur rugate o: the County of New-York, not ice is hereby given to all persons having claims against Stephen White, l?tc ofit. CilV or NeWrVort, frentlrrrmt?, <!????? ?aH. to presset the same wi?i tlie vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at his of tice^ffp. 22 Merchants' Exchange in the City of New York, on or before the twenty-seventh day of December next. Dated New- York, the twenty-third dav of June, A.D. 1342 je25 laws?*_"MARCUS CORMEBAIS. N PURSUANCE of an order of the Sur rngafe of the County of New-York. Notice is hereby ehren to aii persons having claims against George C. Howe, late of the city of New-York, Jeweller, deceased, to pre? sent the same with the vouchers thereof to John D. Cocks. No. 19? South street, in the City of New-York, on or before the thirtieth day of December next. Dated New-York 27ih day of June, A. D. 1842. JOHN D. COCKS,) kAm;-,.,?,nrc je29 ItawGm* JOHN M. HOW E, | Admin.s.rators. *N PURSUANCE of an Order of the Sur rngate of the County of New-York, notice is hereby iriven to all persons having claims against STEPHEN MAYERS, late of the City of New-York, deceased, to pre? sent the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscribers at the North River Bank, No. 175 Greenwich-street, in the City of New-York, on or before the 2?ith day et October next. Dated New-York, the lfith day of April, 1342. AARON B. HAYS, \ vwntnrm al9 lawGm_GEORGE C. THORBURN, S fcxPC?mn> N PURSUANCE of an Order of the Sur _ rogate of the county ol New York, notice is hereby giv? en to all persons having claims against Maria Prall, late ol the oil v of New York, deceased, to present the same with Bte vofjeners tnereoi fn me suoscnoCTS, at me oince or trie subscriber, Daniel Lord, Junior, No. 81 Nassau sireet, in th* city of New York, on or before the Thirtieth day of Sep? tember next. Dated New York, 26th dav of March, A.D. 1842. C. W. LAWRENCE,) K m28 lawGm DAN. LORD, Jr. } executors. FST Pursuance of an order of the Surrogate of the County of New-York, Notice i> hereby ^ive? *o ?ill persons having claims against William Baldw in, late ol die city of New-York, Physician, deceased, to present the same with the vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at his store No. 42 Cedar-street, in the city of New-York, on or before the twenty-sixth day of September next. Dated New-York, the twenty-second dav of March. A. D 1842. m2a lawfim JOHN FALCONER. Executor. IN pursuance of ao order of the Surrogate of the County of New-York, Notice is hereby given ?_ ill persons having claims against Mary Clarkson, late ol the city of New-York, deceased, to present the sume with die vouchers thereof to tbe subscriber, at Mr. Willink's of? fice, No. 73 Nassau-street, in tbe city of New-York, on or before the first day of March next.?Daied New-York, die twenty-ninth day ?f August, A. D. 1842. au3f> lawfim*_JOHN ABM. WILI.INK. TN PURSUANCE of an order of the Sur L rogate of the County of New-York, Notice is hereby riven to all persons having claims against Cornelius Fro ienbtrgh, late of the city of New-York, deceased, to pre? sent the same with the vouchers thereof lo the subscribers, at their resider.ee, No. 148 Thirteenth street, in the city Ol New-York, on or before the twenty-fourth day of October ? icxt. Dated New- York. the twentv-finrt -'jo-?< * "^i-j'?ta oDone, is L. FRADENBLRGH, a22 lwfitn CORDELIA WYMAN._ TfVWl\^^T(lETfan order of the Sur _3_ rogate of the County of New-York, Notice is hereby given to ail persons liaving claims against Daniel Lane, bite of the city of New-York, shoemaker, deceased, lo presenl the same "with the vouchers thereof to the subscribers tthe honse of Mary Lane, No. 17G Varick street, in die C iiy ot New-York, on or before the twentieth dav of Sept mber neXU Dated New-York, the 13th dav of March. 1842. MARY LANE. Executrix. mI9 lawfim' W1LMOT WILLIAMS, r-.xecninr. I N P.URSUANCE of att ortier of the Sur JL rogate oi- ':e County of New-York, notice b hereby giv? en to all perso .s having claims against John Bastien, late ol the City of New-York, Hair-dresser, deceased to presentth<? same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscribers, at the residence of the subscriber, EMELINE BASTIEN, No. 6 Albany-street -?in the City of New-York, ou or before the lir-i dav of Octooer next. Dated New-York, th? 28th dav of March, A. D. 1?42. EMELINE BASTI EN, Executrix. m29 lawfim NICHOLAS STEVENS Executor. N PaTRSI^ISXE ~?f"?T" ?rder^f~the Surrogate of the County of New-York, notice is hereby given to all persons liaving claims against Williarn McAn nally.lateof the City of New York, Tailor, deceased, to present the same'with the vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at the office of H. NicoU, No. 7 Nassau street, in the City ol New-York, on or before the twelfth day January next. Dat? ed New-York, theniath dav of Julv, 1842. jyli Iaw6m MICHAEL McANNALLY. Administrator. IN PURSUANCE of no order of the Swr~ rogate of the County of N-w-York, notice is herebv given to all persons having claims against Benjamin Hal lick, late of the City of New-York, Cartman, deceased, to present the same with the vouchers thereof to the subscrib? ers, nt number 28 Goerck street, in ike City of New-York, on or before the ninth day of January next. Dated New Vork, the 7lh dav of Julv, 1812. NEHEMIAll HALLICK, > .j-? WILLIAM HALLICK, I Adm.n strators. jy8 lawGm* f^P?RS??WE of an?rder of the S?7 8_ rogate of tlie County of New-York, Notice is hereby given to all persoas having claims against Lyman T. Bali, late of Mobile, i" tbe Slate of Alabama, deceased, to pre? sent the tame, with the vouchers thereoi. to the subscriber, at tbe store of Hanmier k Horton, No. 54 Division-street, in the City ol New-York .on or Uefore the ninth day of Janu? ary- next.?Dated New-York, the sixth day of Julv, 1342. je? lawfim" _ CHARLES BALL. Administrator. TN PURSUANCE of an order of x\\Ts\xr~ I rogate of ?ie County of New-York, Notice is hereby riven to all peT?ons having claim? against Frederick A. Tayer, late of the City of New-Y< rk. Druggist, deceased, to present the same with uie vouchers thereof to the scb scribersat the residence ol the subscriber, Stephen B.Hutvh ings. No. M Riviugion-street, in the City of New-York, on or before the nineteenth day of D?-cen.ber next. Dated New-York, the sixteenth dav of June, A. D. 1242. M. E. THAYER. Ex'x. jel7 law6m* S. B. HUTCHINGS. Executor. N PURSUANCE of an order ofd-he Sur rogate of the County of New York, noticed hereby given to all persons having claims against Isaac Bs. Merrill, late of the cay of New York, grocer, dewased. to pre*?nt the same with the vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at?vr residence, No. 127 Mulberry street, in ibe city of New York, on or before the 27iii day of January next. Dated New York, the 23d day of Julv. 134-?. jy25 ltaw6m* MARY M ERRITT, Administratrix. IN PURSUANCE of an orderof the Sur? rogate of the County of New-York, notic? is hereby given to all persons having claims against Amasa Jackson, late of the city of New York, merchant, rleceased, to pre? sent the same with the vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at his store. No. 13 Coenties slip, in the city of New-York, on or before the Twenty-fifth day of January aext. Dated New-York, die Twentv-second day of July, 1842 jy23 lan6m_RALPH MEAD.'Administrator. N PURSUANCE of an Order of the Su7 rogate of tbe County of New-York, Notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against Joseph Ridgway, late of die City of New-York, gemJeman, deceased, to pre? sent the sanse,with tlie voucher- thereof to the sabscriber. at tie onice of Isaac O. Barker. No. 134 Nassau street, ia the City of New-York, on or before the Twentieth day of Jan? uary noxt Dated New-York, the fifteenth dav of Julv. 1342. jy 18 lawfim* SARAH A. RIDGWAY. Administratrix. IN PURSUANCE of an orderof the Sur rogate of the County of New-York, rotics is hereby given to all p-rsons having cl ims agaiast Robert Halliday, la?e of die City of Ne?-York, merchant, deceased, to pre? sent tb" same, with tlie vouchers thereof, to ibe snbseribcr, at his office. No. 35 Liberty stroet. in the City of New York, on or before tbe elevebtfa dav of February next. D .ted New-York, the eighth dav of August. A. D. 1842. au9 lawtaj* _ EDW. C. HALL ID AY. IN PURSUANCE of an orderof theSur^ rogate of the County of New-York. Notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against John C. Roberts, late of tbe City of New-York, Merchant, deceased, to pre? sent the same with the vouchers thereof to the subscribers I at die office of Henry W. SilL, No. 84 W'iiliam-st-eet, in die I City of Eew-York, on or before the 6th day of March next. ! Dated New-York, tbe 25th dav of August, A. D_ 1842. HENRY W. SILL, SAMUEL THOMSON, an3Qlaw6m Adminbrtrstorof JohnC. Roborts,deceased COLLECTION on all part ofthe United Stales mad a on the .most favorable.lxrms, by SE55 IN PURSUANC S of an order of the Sur? rogate of the County of New York. Notice ??< I tiv?n to all persons bavwg^eiafm* ng <?:?'-; SaaiuEr. Good xich. late o! the City ot New York. carpeni?r. deceased, to present the same with tht vouchers tneeeortb ti e ?s'> icrmer;at hi* residence. N<?. .53 Easex-st, En the Cicyol New York, on or bet ?* the foortb day i ! Man ti next. JOHN* GOODRICH, Administrator. New York. Sept. 1st. ISti^ >1 In v6ai* IN PURSUANCE of au Order of?ie Sur? rogate of the County of New York, ootk< is hereby *riven to all persons laving claims against Wini?ni Jackxm. fate of tlie cttv of New York, deceased, to present the same w!ih the vouchers thereof to the -ul.-,~ ce.No. 21 Nassau street, in the city en" New York, on nr before the thirtieth day of Septemlter next. Dated New York 26:1: dav of March, A. D. 1342 . ni28 Iaw6m _ DAN. J.OBD.Jnnr.. Executor. N pursuance a>f aa order of the Surrogate ortl;e Coantv of New York. Notice :s hereby given to all person- having claims against EBet Cohn, late of the r.'"\ jC \>w.Yr.rk. groCcTi de?x ised, to present same with th?* vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at - Joseph Hfcsson. Es?i.. No. 13 Cln?nle-r*-sireet. :rube Ciiyof Nert-Y*Hj. anor before the third day of October next.? Dated New York, the twenty-rtintbttay o; Marclu A. D.134i mliSO Iuw6m_' ~ ~" W\^ORD~ER~of Elislra Ward, - so> Judge FjI of tfie ChantWncne County Courts oft ? decree, of Counsellor, kc, ?otiee is hereby given, pursuant < the pro? vision of the Statute?autborizing attach t ents n : h.st non reddent debmrs, that an attachment has tssu i b osifbi eststp of.William Culbertson and Orrin Rook, non resident debtors residing in the Slav of Peons} Ivanis, and ti nt the sr.me will be sold for the payment ortiietr unless ttiey appear and discharge such attachment according to law within nine mouths from the iir<t publication of this notice: and that the payment of any debt and tire delivery of any property belonging to-uch" debtor-, or either of them, for their use, or the Iran fer of any property by them or either of them, lor any purpose whatever, are forbidden bylaw, and arc void. Dated the 20th dayof Jnly, 1842. ;.M. STROPE, Attorney "for Attaching C redtt irs. aul law9m_ * Y ORDER of His Honor William In _? glis, Esrjtiire, Associate Judge bfthe Court of Com? mon Plea?, in and for the City and County of New-York, Notice is hereby given, pursuant to the provisions ofthe Statute authorising attachments against not -res lieht'debt? ors, that an attachment has Issued against the estate of W ?? liatn Rnsbfortb and John Andre?-.?, or of either of them, re? sidents o?' tlie State of New Jersey, and tl at I te same w ill be sold for the payment of their debts, "unless they or either ?r.*hciu nyimr tnU cUsviiarge sucti attachment, accordti to law, within nine mouths fron the first publication of this notice: anil that the payment of any debts-dor-to tl rem nr either ot'theni by residents of ibis Mate, and ti e delivery to them or eilhei of them, or for their r.r either of their of any property within this State belong iugto them oreithei ol tbem.and the transfer of any sacli ? ropeity by them or ??itber of them are forbidden by law, mo are void. Dated the 14th day of June, 1342: ftOB ER I F. vs. INSLOW, Attorney for Attai i t:i.- Credit er. |el51aw9m t John-str-: 1 New-York. "TTT'OlTDEK of the Hon. Michael 11 shacfiVr, First Judge of the Court of Common Pleas for the City and County of New-York. Notice is" hereby given, p::rs'junt to tlie provisions of the statute authorizing attachments againsl non-resident debtors, that an attachment lin< issued against the estate of Charles BosweU, a resident of Petersburg in the StateVirginia, and that the tame w ill be soi.j for die payment of his debts, mdess be appear and discharge such attachment, according to law, within nine months, fron; tin first publication of this notice, and that tlie payment of any deb's due to him by residentsoi this State, and the delivery to him or for his use of any pro? perty within this Slate belonging to him, and the transfer of any-such property by him, are forbidden by law, a tid are void. Dated the 15th day of January, R4Z GRIFFIN 3: H WENS, j2"> fhnlaw Attorneys for Attaching Creditor ORDER of Fr?TT?Hm?d^e^e corder of the eZtty ol New-York, notice is hereby jiven, pursuaut to the provision of il.e statute authorizing attachments against non-resideo i debtors, thai an attnen ment has issued against the srt ate of Samuel Smith, rest item untie 3i?ite l?f Pomajrl-win, -ml tleittl.e same will he mid for the payment of I-ms debt-, unless be appear and dis? charge such attachment, accord i k; to law, within nine months from tlie first publication o i this notice; und dint tin payment of any debt, due to him by residents of this Si ite and the delivery to him or for bis use, of any property within this State belonging to hi m and the transfer ol any -ucli propertv by bun are,forbidden by law, and arc void. Dated the "ifith dav of March, 1S<2. A. G. IlOGEItS, Attorney t'nr Attaching Creditor. E. Jour. ml3 tawttm Y ORDER of the Honorable Daniel [ngraham, Associate. Judge of the Court of Common Pleas in ami for the City and County of New-York, Notice is hereby given, pursuant to the provisions of the statute au? thorizing attachments against twn-reside.nl debtors, that an ihsirhasent has issued against the estate of George M. Dieh! tin-i John H. Oiehl non-residents ami residents of Philadel pbia in die State ol" Pennsylvania, and that the same will be sold for the payment of their debts; ur.lessithey appear and discharge such;attachment, according to law, within nine months from the first publication of this notice ; and dial the payment of any debts due to them by residents of this State, and the delivery' to them, or for their use, of any property within this State belonging to them, and the transfer nl ttay such propertv by them are lorbidden by law, and are void. 0 atud the 25lh day of February; 1342 BUTLER tt EVARTS. ml Jaw9m Attorney for Attaching Creditor. ~Y ORDER of I Ion.Daniel P. I^^hani Associate Judge, New Yc-irk Common Pleas.?Notice is hereby given, pursuant to the provisions ol the statute ?uUnirtsmg auauuptents agntnst non-nsident debtors, that in attachment has issued against the estate of Andrew-Smith, being a non-resident of tbe State of New York, residing in the State of New Jersey,and that the same w ill be gold for ibe payment of bis debts unless he appear and discharg? -uen attachment according lo law, within nine months from ihe first publication of this notice ; and ibat the payment of my debts due to him, or for his use, of any prooerty within this state, belonging to him, and tlie transfer of any such property by him are forbidden by law, aud are void. Dated the Twelfth day of May. 1842. ?. D.'HALL, Attorney lor Attaching riis inw9iTi Creditor Y ORDER of Jos. MiiUen; Es?Ti Su preme Court Commissioner; residing n( Watertown, 'eflerson County; notice is hereby giventnaf in attachment has issued ntniiri-it the Estate ?f James Brooks; now or late if Sl Augustine, Florida, as.a non-resident debtor, and thai the same will be sold for the payment of bis debts, ui !? ?he appear and rILschargesuch auaebmeni BccOrdhigtolaw with? in nine months from the tirst publica linn of this notice; and that the payment of any debts due to bim by n sidehts ofthU state,and the delivery to bin, or for iii- iise,bfany ; ronerty within ibis State, belonging to liim. an-l the transfei "t any such propprtv by him, are forbidden hv law aud are void. Dateil January I2th, IS42. DYER N. BURNHAM, j27 law9m Attorney tor-Attaching Creditor. B.^ORDER'ofSel?h Ks,). He cord er ef the City of Rochester?Notice is hereby given that an attachment has [sailed against the es'ate of Stephen is^nborn, a non-resident debtor, and that the same will be sohl for the payment of his debts unless he appear and dis? charge such attachment according to law within nbie months from the first publication of tins notice; and that the payment-of any debts due to bin by residents of this State, and tlie delivery to bim or for h.< use of any property within this State belonging to him, nod the-trantferof any such property by bim are forbidden by law nud are void. Dated this 25th day of May, 1842. tl. r*. NORTON, Attorney maodiwftna_ For Attaching Creditor-. BY ORDER of Willis It^rEsqTir^ of the Associate Junge' of the (,'oun of Common Pleas, of the City and County of New-York, Notice is here? by given, pursuant to the provisions of the statute authori? zing attachments against non-resident debtors, flirn ah attach? ment has issued against the estate of Jonathan Gomg, a resilient of the State of Ohio, and that the same will be "old for 'lie payment of his debts, unles.- he appear and discharge such attachment, according to law, within nine month., from the rir.it publication of this notice; and thai the payment o' any debts due to him by residents of this state; and t'ae de livery to film or for his mte, of any propertv within r. state belonging to him and the transfer of any such prop r ty hv him are forbidden by law, and are void. Dated the third day of January, 13-11. C. NAGLE. Attorney for Attaching Creditor. Evening Jinmnl ropy atiiO lawCm BY OH DER of John Crane, Esq., Su preme Court CommL-sio-er in and for the county, of Chautauque, notice is hereby given that an atfaclimer t I Issued against the estate'of George Rowley, as a hon-rerf. dent debtor, and tlr-itihe same will be sold for the paymeol of bis debts, unless he appear and discbarge such attn.-h inent accor iug to law. within nine months from the first publication ot'thw notice; and that the pavment of any <lebu due to him by residents of ibis state, ^inl the delivery to him or for his use of any prop.-rtv w ithin this State be? longing to him, and the transfer of aay such property by him, are forbidden bv law and are void. Dated Fredonia, August 1, 1342. CHAS. IL S. WILLIAMS, ac3 law!3w_Arorney for Attaching Cnditor-. Y ORDER of Joseph CenterT^sqT, Supreme Court Commissioner in and for (he county of Niagara. Notice is hereby given that an attachment has been issued against the estate of HENRY \. SILL, as a non-resident debtor, and thnt ihe same will be sold for tb* payment of his ilehts, unless he appear and discharge ^nch attachment according to law, within nine months from the lirsr pu! tion of this notice; and that the payment of any debut ai I the delivery of any property belonging to the said debtor, to him or for his use, anil the transfer of any property be. longing to the said debtor, to bim or for iiis use, an:! Use transfer ot any property hv him for any purpose whatever, are lorbidden by law. and are void. D*ted An" 15 184'? NICHOLLS t NEWTON7, ang24 Dm law_Atl'ys for attaching creditors. A SSESSMENTS?First Ward.?Pub' jtJLbe Notice is hereby given, tliat the Ass^-^r-- ofilie > ;rst Ward have complrnrd their A-ses?mer:r.?, and that a copy th*r*ofis left with Otto Win. Van Tnyl, at No. 33 Pearl street, where the same may be seen and examined by any nt the inhabitan s from the 20;h dn<? of August to tlie l?lh day of Septe:nl>er, both days included, Crom9tn 12 o'cloak in the forenoon, and from 3 to 6 o'clock in the ?.ft< r nooo, and U:at the assessors will meet at ti.e expiation of the said time, to wit on the elevmtii day of September, nt the said Otto Wm Van Tuyl. No. 3J Pearl ft, t) review their said Assessments oa tke application of anv person conceiving himseif aggrieved. OTTO W. VAN TUYL, C ARK ET VAN Z ANDT, Asscsiors of the 1st Ward: New York ^August I9tli, 1842;_aa20LSil NEW^Y?RK TO EASTON, PA.,?PEOPLE'S LINE ?Fare ?2 or.lv - Leave pier No. I, North rUer at rVcbvrl A. : >L daily, (Sundays excepted.) by steamboat to Elizabeth j Port; or IeaTe tlie footof Libertv strtet at 0 O'clock A. M . i by Philadelphia train to Elhtabethtown. there connect v- ; h I the train of can for Somerrilie; roaches thence (011I7 3^1 miles.) arriving at Easton at 6 o'clock. P. AL For m ats ply to A. D. Hope, Merchants Hotel, 41 Cortlandtst ; office j foot of Liberty street, or o~ l^oard the Uoat. N. B. This route, on account of the sbert distance by i aoaithes, commends itself to the public I Office removed from 73 to 41 Cortlandt street. sep3 v F"^^pkoplk's UNK for ai. SSSb^^SJM?^ and intermediate piate*-?Dm the The tenner NORTH AMERICA. Capl.M. 17. T-r?. rfell, will leave as ab?ve at 5 P. M. on Monday ??n! Thor> dar. Tbe COLUMBIA. Can*. T. P. Newr-rrv.wui :?ave as ibo've at ? P. M. on Wednesday and Saturday. ror passage or frei2*st.appiy to P. C.Schein atthe office ,.n the wharf, or on board. . \. 3. At? kinds of property takea only at toe risk of the owners thereof.__^ ^MORNFiW UTS E FOR AL BANY. TP'tV, and intermediate Land mgT^iiU^Stramiw-.at PieMootoi Farclay st. Tbelow-pressore steamboat t'R?>Y. Capt A. Gorbaar, This (FrSntardav) Morning, at 7 oVlivck. be new low-pressure steamboat ALBAN? . Cam. J. Q', Jenkins, Monday Mormi-t. at 7 o'clock. u"~~: ? '~:<r p.t.v?ai>e,appiy at UM otBce, too* or Bar,-!sy-:re*-t. l r m boerd. Notice?A11 Good*, Freight. Saggage. Bsna Bi'.ls. Speck?, ?>rc7iv other kird of Property, uken.sbipj.%.: . : pat on hoard u^isJ>oat,t?astbeat the risk of theowrsc -v ;-J iio ids F?yftfbt| r Barrtrsge. if ^ gg? "ft oppo srn on"l] n e r- * - ^i'?^f'f^'SggL baay, landing at the foot of Ha: it. -treerTN^Wargh, P<^^hktersie, Kingston Pbnf, t. 11 an ! Hudson. The spli nd d sfamboat WASHINGTON Captain J. "M. Rrrwn, wDI leave the Pier at the foot ot Robinson-street for Albany eve?y Tuexiav, Thursday and Ssttrrdayi st 5 o'clock, P. M, Leave A" .. if Lvditn street.for New York,etcty Monday, W.Hne?dsy and "Frida", at 5 o'clock. P. M. F.)r passage or freight, applv on Imard.or to D. P.. MARTIN, 182 West-street. Freight taken on the roost reasonable terms. To Let?A Steamboat Berth a! Warren-street Pier. North Riv*r. Apply on board the Washington._?u26Jm? ?> E V1:N LNIJ LIN E of Slearr _m_ boats for Albany, daily, at 7 o'clock P. M., Snnday excepted, from the pier between Ccurdaud and Liberty streets. _ . The strtunerSOUTH AMERICA, Capt. Rramaro. ieav?? Monday. Wednesday and Friday ABentooos at 7 o'clock. The steamer ROCHESTER, Capt. A. P.st. John, leaves :he above pier Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday Art? r noons, at 7 o'clock. The Rochester and South Am?ricn areneyi and azbst&a tial boat*, ?eil ritte,! up and larnisbed withsmte roonrs, and for speed an<l accorfunodations are *ot surpassed :>y any boats on the river. Passengers by this Line of boats will at alt times arrive in Atbanv in an.pie tmte for the first train Of cars for tile East and West_ ^'H^t ^mornino boat for }r&c\i^c5?~. PEKK^KILL. VERPLANCK. GRA& SY-POINV, SING-SING. TARRYTOWN, DOBifS PERRY, HASTINGS AND YONJCERS.?Breakfast :tM Dinner in hoard. Tue new and splendid steamer CO Ll'MBUS. Capt. F. W. Stone, will leave New-York, fr ra the foot of Chambers-street, every Morning, [Fridays ex? cepted,) nt7 o'clock; amt returning trace PeektkJU. sarhe dav. at 124 o'clock, P. M:, except Sundays; when si e vjil leavePe^kskill at2O'clock, P. M ; lauding at the fool of Hammond-street, each wav. Notice.?All poods,treigbt. baggage, bank bills, specie, or an v other kind of property, taken, shipped, or'pot On board thht Boat, must be at the risk of die owuer* of steh goods, freight, baggage, h.a. All persons are lorbid trusting any one on account of the above Boat or own< re. ?2 ^ g-_j^CRAND EXCURSIONS-^ ^ot5S'^7551k? '"or tbe Fishing Banks off Sandy Hook very Tuesday and Friday iluring the season. The lave tnd commodioussteamboat SUPERIOR, Capt. John Gould, is again in readiness and will commence her regular, trips '??r the season on Friday morning. May 27th, leaving the )ter foot of Cbambers.sL at 8 o'cWk, Hnmmoiid.l. } | :ist I, Caual-st. j past 3, Pier No. 1 N. EL i to 9 o'clock, Msraet :treet Pier 9 o'clock, Catberine-?t. Ferry,Brooklyn, tpast 1 ami Pier No. 1 N. R. J past 9 o'clock, lauding at Fort Hamilton. Fare each way 25 Cknts, The boat will be accompanied by an old Fisherman wet' acquainted witk the Eishing Ground. Ban funiLshed. An excellent Band ofMusic is engaged to accompany the baau ; li?i"p?wlin,-!iu of tli- *tr?t qnnlity fnn?ishe<l o;i board ?'itra. chamber-maid will attend to the ladies and children. ? ( ;ipt. Gould pledges himself that no pains shall be spured Jo give satisfaction aud make these Excursions both pleq '? ? and agreeable to those who will honor him with tm-ir j&tronage. t'he Public are assured that the Superior will positively feaye on the above days throughout the season, d the wea her nennits. rru'2C 3m ^NEWARK & NEW-Y?1LK3 _Fare only ISVcenifc Thu splendid sad ommodiotis steamer PASSAlCf, Capt. John Gafly, heing onipletery and elegantly refitted, will commence her r?i*a. ar trips for die season on Thursday, March 10? leavrcgBt follows: Foot of Barclay st. N. York, I Cerure Wharf. Newark, At lOo'clk. A. M.k4o'clk,e.M. j At7^o*dk,A.M.<k.ljo'c|kjr.M On Sundays the Passate vill leave New-York at 10 A. M. *nd 4 P. M.?Leave Newarv at 7J A. M. ami 2 o'clock, M. T!7 Freight ot every description carried ut very red seed rates. m? lim * g~ 'ftSTATENIS-LANP FERRY ^swS^r?-j-rrfL ?Foot of Whitehall-street.?Tn% snum rs SVATEN dSLANDER and SAMSON will rmi ru .allows, until farther notice: Leaves Statxn Isla.no at7}, 9, 10,12 A.M., and If 3,4, -., 6,7. P. M. ' Leaves Whitehall at 8, 9,10,11, A. M. and 2, ?4,4, 5,6, 7, P M. All goods shipped are required to be particularly narked, -mil are at the risk of the owners thereof. ie8 ifZ^fare and" FRETcJHT _JSSaL,REDUCED.?REGULAR MAIL LINK rf?JvTDENT;E and BOSTON, via STONINOTON tad NEWPORT?Composed of die following superior Steamers ? i nu'ms in connection with the Stoningtou and Providence and Boston and Providenue Railroads. The MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Coiastock. RHODE ISLAND, " Thayer, NARRA G ANSET, ? Woolsey, MOM E GAN, " Vande.hilL The steamers of the Line lor Bo;ton and Providunee, via Stohington will leave pier. No. I, N. It. Battery Place at 5 rVlock, P. M. daily, Sumlays excepted. For f.trther information, npplv at No. 22 Broadway. * "^~_2ftt7p(3?vi: rrr^cavidue trt^t^S^. For NEWBIJRGII. landing ot CALD WjBlX^WEST POINT, and COLD SPUING.-The steamboat Highlander, Capt. Robert Wardrop, witl leave :iot of Warren-st. every Monday, Thursday, and Satofday, a I P. M. Returning, 'v-u |?nve Newburgh every Monday it 6} A; M. am-l Tuesday arid Friday at 5 P. M. Eor freight or passage apply to the Captain ?n board. Baggage and freight of ail descriptions, Bank hills or spe? ie, board, must be at the risk of the owners thereof, ante? t bill of taning orreceiois bo sinned for die same. f22 ^_C~ ? ftB?FFALQ and "tocn~H;iy" ?n-A^L The steam COLUMBUS will ply hr tweea Bunaio and Green Bay during the season, as bSkYK Leaves ButValo, Leaves Green Bay, lune 20 June 27 July 4 18 July 11 25 August 1 15 29 August 8 22 Sept 12 26 Sept- 6 19 October 10 24 October 3 u 31 touching at intermediate ports. Fur freight and p**sage. upply to the master on hoard, of to A. IL COlJB k CO. ) ? _ , M v j'.j^.UtSONS k CO. If20 *Jg~ Lft^?R NEWrMJRGH?Land ^s^swcS^iiSC- big at Cabtwell's, West PorrrtTawJ CoM Tbes,eaajboat JAMES MADISON. Cant. Cbar'et Htdstead, will leave Warren-street Pier, every TUESDAY -.).: FRIDAY EVENINGS, at 4 o'clock. AltBaggnge, Packages or Parcels, Bank Bills or Specie put on lioard of tbi^ beat without being entered on the nook Of the boat or receipted for, will be at the risk of t ie ov/ res thereof. f2fl NEW.YOKE FERRY COMPANY ummrr Arrangement.? Fare It} Cents Tho steamboau W/TER-W ITfTI, CINDERELLA ar.d vV ILLIAMSBU RG H, ply daily from E?7abeth-Port wKr? S'oek. touching.it New-Brighton and Pi-.rt-Ricbmoid, oa ?in<J ailerthe Mtbday ofAugusi, l:;i2?each trip,bs fellows: Leave Elizabeth-Port. vtBiJ. 8 and 11 o'clock, A. M At 1,4 and 5J o'clock. P. M Lea-,- N. York, pier l,N. R. At .'d.KJ and l"> A. ar.c; A? 2,4 and 6 o'clock. f.M On Sunday, Leave Eitxabeth-Por. at 8, lOaad J2 o'clock, A. M aad at I, f* ami 6 o'clock, P M. Leave New-York at 8. 10 and 1IJ o'clock, A. M. and at2,3j| and 6 P. til. '?* N. B.?Passengers for Westfield, Scotch Plains, Pia nfieid, Bound-Brook, Soipegvifie, Easton J; Sciioole s Mojntain, by the Elixabeih-town and Sotnervllle Railroad Ca/8, will leave New-York in die 8* /clock boat in tlie mornir-C, aotl n Mie 2 anil 4 o'clock bon'ts ia tbe afternoon. Passengers from the84 o'clock boat will leave Soaerviili? in Stages for Ea-.tf>n ami !>>r Schoole) I Mountain oa the ar ri ?-aI of the cars at Somerville. The Horse Car will leave tbe front of the Union Hotel, quarter of an bour previous the. deoiiruireof each lx?t All baggage at the risk ol it- owner.__ao9_ s^^eT^e^n^division new '4**2?33^ YORK AND ERIE RAILROAD. _ ':'!:?? Company's Steamboat and Barge-(Cap* tain A. K Shahi) willrunin connection wi?i trains or cart b-f.veeu the loot of Duane-itreet,New-York, and Gi>d<en,al follows: FOR PASSENGERS. Daily (escept Snndavs) leave Go-hen at 7 o'clock, A. 31., and arrive in New-York at Hi A. M. Leave New-York at 3 o'clock, P. M., during tlie ?taso"' and arrive in Gushen at 7- P. M. FOR FREIGHT. . Leave Gosben at 2 o'clock, P. M. on Mondays, Taist-T^ Thursdays and Friday?, and arnve ;n New-York tiesaa"* evening. ^, . Leave New-York at 5 o'clock, A. M. on Tuesday s "M* aesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, ami arrive in GosbfO?w dar. ' H. C. SEYMOUR. SaperiotecJc^ )pw i.^h._^i!J^ long tsland railroad COMPAN Y?Anotber section will beop**i __fnr travel on die 10th inst, three miles Mrjpw TbOmpsoo to tbe Suffolk Station, with tke follovin? ^ rangement on the extemled line : On and alter Wednesday, 10th of August, 1842, U?t trw? wiil run as follows: Leave Suffolk Station at 6 A M and l\ P M I^eave Deer Park at 6i A M and U r/clixk. P M Leave Hicksville at 7J o'clock, A M and 2J P M Leave Hempstead at 74; o'clock, A 31 and 2J P M . Leave Jamaica at S o'clock, A M and PM. , .?? Leave Soudi Ferry (N. York sidel at 3i A M asd -4 r ? Leave Brooklyn at id, o'clock. A M and 4f P M SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Jamaica at 8 o'clock A M and 44 P 31 , el ? m Leave Soudi Ferry (N York side) at 5* A M and *t r Leave Brooklyn at ?i A M and 5iPM I^eave Snf!',ik Station at -H- P M Leave Deer P^rk at 3 PM Leave Hicksville at 3} P M Leave Hempstead at Si P M _ ,. ...flrtowij FARE?For Tickets at the office in Brrxddyn."'??* Jamaica 25c. Brusbville 38c. Braceb 50c, g^gSS* tic Plreand WestburySSc; Hkkstih>62c, F?nnrf,-Ue ? Deer Park 88c, Babylon $1, Suffolk Suuon I Wr . ^ s^N. B. Passen;en are desired to procure <*= taking seats in the cars.